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Baseball Expected Back in D.C.

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Baseball Expected Back in D.C.

Baseball Expected Back in D.C.

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Major League Baseball has reportedly chosen the nation's capital as the new home of the Montreal Expos. An official announcement is expected today. Washington D.C. has been without a Major League Baseball team since 1971, which was the final season for the Washington Senators before they relocated to Texas and became the Rangers. Co-host Steve Inskeep talks to NPR's Brian Naylor.